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陸洛 教授 Luo Lu
個人簡歷 1989年英國牛津大學心理學博士
專長領域 人格與社會心理學、組織健康心理學、工作壓力、跨文化組織行為
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研究摘要 In pursuit of happiness: The cultural psychological study of SWB

 
In pursuit of happiness: The cultural psychological study of SWB

作者:Luo Lu
出版日期:2005
出版刊物:Chinese Journal of Psychology, 47, 99-122.

In the present paper, we took the position that the cultural conceptions of happiness are critical aspects of SWB, which has largely been neglected thus far. We argued that culture and SWB are most productively analyzed together as a dynamic of mutual constitution. Adopting a cultural psychological approach, we selectively reviewed our own indigenous Chinese research to illuminate on two evolving themes regarding SWB: (1) conceptions of happiness, and (2) cultural correlates of happiness. We have shown that distinct characteristics of the conception of happiness are prevalent in Chinese and Western cultures, which can be systematically analyzed, discerned, and measured. The individual-oriented Euro-American cultural conception of SWB is composed of two distinct characteristics: personal accountability and explicit pursuit. In contrast, the social-oriented East Asian cultural conception of SWB is composed of two distinct characteristics: role obligations and dialectical balance.

We have also demonstrated that culture can impact on the SWB process through diverse self conceptions and their consonant beliefs. These self-regulatory mechanisms then determine how people think, feel and behave in the pursuit of SWB. Finally, we have underlined the emerging coexistence of contrasting cultural rudiments in the case of SWB.

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貳、期刊論文
1990-2007發表者
  1. Lu, L. (1990) Adaptation to British Universities: Homesickness and Mental Health of Chinese Students. Counselling Psychology Quarterly, 3, 225-232.
  2. Lu, L. & Cooper, C. L. (1990) Stress of Job Relocation: Important Factors and Implication for Intervention. Work and Stress, 4, 121-128. (SSCI)
  3. Argyle, M. & Lu, L. (1990) The Happiness of Extroverts. Personality and Individual Differences, 11, 1011-1017. (SSCI)
  4. Argyle, M. & Lu, L. (1990) Happiness and Social Skills. Personality and Individual Differences, 11, 1255-1261. (SSCI)
  5. Lu, L. & Argyle, M. (1991) Happiness and Cooperation. Personality and Individual Differences, 12, 1019-1030. (SSCI)
  6. Lu, L. (1991) Daily Hassles and Mental Health: A Longitudinal Study. British Journal of Psychology, 82, 441-447. (SSCI)
  7. Lu, L. & Argyle, M. (1992) Receiving and giving social support: their effects on relationships and well-being. Counselling Psychology Quarterly, 5, 123-134.
  8. Argyle, M. & Lu, L. (1992) New directions in the psychology of leisure. The New Psychologist, 1, 3-11.
  9. Lu, L. & Argyle, M. (1993) TV watching, soap opera and happiness. Kaohsiung Journal of Medical Sciences, 9, 350-360.
  10. Lu, L. & Argyle, M. (1994). Leisure satisfaction and happiness as a function of leisure activity. Kaohsiung Journal of Medical Sciences, 10, 89-96.
  11. Lu, L. (1994) University transition: major and minor life stressors, personality characteristics and mental health. Psychological Medicine, 24, 81-87. (SSCI/SCI)
  12. Lu, L. (1994) The master in British social psychology. Thought and Words: Journal of the Humanities and Social Sciences, 32, 219-234.
  13. Lu, L. (1994) Stressors, personality and mental health: A follow-up study. Kaohsiung Journal of Medical Sciences. 10, 492-496.
  14. Lu, L. (1995) Stress, social support and depression among Taiwanese female homemakers. Journal of Social Psychology. 135, 185-190. (SSCI)
  15. Lu, L. (1995) Correlates of social support: Personal characteristics and social resources. Counselling Psychology Quarterly, 8, 173-181. (Supported by NSC82-0301-H-037-006)
  16. Lu, L. (1995) The relationship between subjective well-being and psychosocial variables in Taiwan. Journal of Social Psychology. 135, 351-357. (SSCI) (Supported by NSC82-0301-H-037-006)
  17. Lu, L., Cooper, C.L., Chen, Y.C., Hsu, C.H., Li, C.H., Wu, H.L. & Shih, J.B. (1995) Chinese version of the OSI: A study of reliability and factor structures. Stress Medicine. 11, 149-155. (SSCI/SCI)
  18. Lu, L. (1996) Coping consistency and emotional outcome: Intra-individual and inter-individual analyses. Personality and Individual Differences, 21, 583-589. (SSCI)
  19. Lu, L. & Chen, C.S. (1996) Correlates of coping behaviours: Internal and external resources. Counselling Psychology Quarterly, 9, 297-307. (Supported by NSC82-0301-H-037-006)
  20. Lu, L. & Y.H. Hsieh (1997) Demographic variables, control, stress, support and health among the elderly. Journal of Health Psychology, 2, 97-106. (SSCI) (Supported by DOH83-HP-47-5S01)
  21. Lu, L., Shiau, C. & Cooper, C.L. (1997) Occupational stress in clinical nurses. Counselling Psychology Quarterly, 10, 39-50.
  22. Lu, L. & Shih, J.B. (1997) Personality and happiness: Is mental health a mediator? Personality and Individual Differences, 22, 249-256. (SSCI) (Supported by NSC83-0301-H-037-008)
  23. Lu, L. & Shih, J.B. (1997) Sources of happiness: A qualitative approach. Journal of Social Psychology, 137, 181-187. (SSCI)
  24. Lu, L., Cooper, C.L., Chen, Y.C., Hsu, C.H., Wu, H.L., Shih, J.B. & Li, C.H. (1997) Chinese version of the OSI: A validation study. Work & Stress, 11, 79-86. (SSCI)
  25. Lu, L. & Chang, C.J. (1997) Support, health and satisfaction among the elderly with chronic conditions in Taiwan. Journal of Health Psychology, 2, 471-480. (SSCI)
  26. Lu, L. (1997) Hassles, appraisals, coping and distress: A closer look at the stress process. Kaohsiung Journal of Medical Sciences, 13, 503-510.
  27. Lu, L. (1997) Social support, reciprocity, and well-being. Journal of Social Psychology, 137, 618-628. (SSCI) (Supported by NSC83-0301-H-037-008)
  28. Lu, L. (1997) The process of work stress: A dialogue between theory and research. Chinese Journal of Mental Health, 10, 19-51. (TSSCI)
  29. Lu, L. (1998) The meaning, measure, and correlates of happiness among Chinese people. Proceedings of the National Science Council: Part C, 8, 115-137.
  30. Lu, L. & Chang, C.J. (1998) Health and satisfaction among the elderly with chronic conditions: Demographic differentials. Kaohsiung Journal of Medical Sciences. 14, 139-149.
  31. Lu, L. & Wu, H.L. (1998) Gender-role traits and depression: Self-esteem and control as mediators. Counselling Psychology Quarterly, 11, 95-107.
  32. Lu, L. & Lin, Y.Y. (1998) Family roles and happiness in adulthood. Personality and Individual Differences, 25, 195-207. (SSCI) (Supported by NSC86-2413-H-037-004)
  33. Lin, C.C., Lu, L., Wang, J.S. & Lai, Y.H. (1998) Developing and testing of a CAPD Self-efficacy Scale. Nursing Research, 6, 315-326. (TSSCI)
  34. Lu, L. (1999) Personal and environmental causes of happiness: A longitudinal analysis. Journal of Social Psychology, 139, 79-90. (SSCI) (Supported by NSC82-0301-H-037-006 and NSC85-2413-H-037-002)
  35. Lu, L, Tseng, H.J., & Cooper, C.L. (1999) Managerial stress, job satisfaction and health in Taiwan. Stress Medicine, 15, 53-64. (SSCI/SCI)
  36. Lu, L. (1999) Work motivation, job stress and employees’ well-being. Journal of Applied Management Studies, 8, 61-72.
  37. Siu, O.L., Lu, L. & Cooper, C.L. (1999) Managerial stress in Hong Kong and Taiwan: A comparative study. Journal of Managerial Psychology, 14, 6-25.
  38. Lu, L., Wu, H.L. & Cooper, C.L. (1999) Perceived work stress and locus of control: A combined quantitative and qualitative approach. Research and Practice in Human Resource Management, 7, 1-15.
  39. Lu, L. & Kao, S.F. (1999) Group differences in work stress: Demographic, job and occupational factors. Formosa Journal of Mental Health, 12, 23-66. (TSSCI)
  40. Lu, L. (2000) Gender and conjugal differences in happiness. Journal of Social Psychology, 140. 132-141. (SSCI) (Supported by NSC86-2413-H-037-004)
  41. Miller, K., Greyling, M., Cooper, C., Lu, L., Sparks, K. & Spector, P.E. (2000) Occupational stress and gender: A cross-cultural study. Stress Medicine, 16, 271-278. (SSCI)
  42. Ju, L.S. & Lu, L. (2000) An exploratory study of attitudes and behaviors of idolatry among fans of popular songs. Research in Applied Psychology, 8, 171-208.
  43. Lu, L., Kao, S.F., Cooper, C.L. & Spector, P.E. (2000) Managerial stress, locus of control and job strain in Taiwan and UK: A comparative study. International Journal of Stress Management, 7, 209-226. (SSCI)
  44. Spector, P.E., Cooper, C.L., Sparks, K., Bernin, P., Buessing,A., Dewe, P., Lu, L. et al. (2001) An International Study of the Psychometric Properties of the Hofstede Values Survey Module 1994: A Comparison of Individual and Country/Province Level Results. Applied Psychology: An International Review, 50, 269-281. (SSCI)
  45. Lu, L., Gilmour, R., Kao, S.F., Weng, T.H., Hu, C.H., Chern, J.G., Huang, S.W. & Shih, J.B. (2001) Two ways to achieve happiness: When the East meets the West. Personality and Individual Differences, 30, 1161-1174. (SSCI) (Supported by NSC88-2413-H-037-002)
  46. Kao, S.F. & Lu, L. (2001) The relationship between parental rearing attitudes and the perceived stress of JHSEE among junior high school students. Research in Applied Psychology, 10, 221-250.
  47. Lu, L., Gilmour, R. & Kao, S.F. (2001) Culture values and happiness: An East-West dialogue. Journal of Social Psychology, 141, 477-493. (SSCI) (Supported by NSC87-2413-H- 037-001)
  48. Lu, L. (2001) Understanding happiness: A look into the Chinese folk psychology. Journal of Happiness Studies, 2, 407-432.
  49. Lu, L., Kao, S.F., Zhou, Y. & Siu, O.L. (2001) Work stress, control beliefs, job satisfaction and well-being of employees in the Greater China. Formosa Journal of Mental Health, 14, 55-87. (TSSCI) (Supported by NSC89-2413-H-037-001-SSS)
  50. Spector, P.E., Cooper, C.L., Sanchez, J.I., O’Driscoll, M., Sparks, K., Bernin, P., Buessing,A., Dewe, P., Hart, P., Lu, L. et al. (2001) Do national levels of individualism and internal locus of control relate to well-being: An ecological level international study. Journal of Organizational Behavior, 22, 815-832. (SSCI)
  51. Lu, L. & Kao, S.F. (2002) Traditional and modern characteristics across the generations: Similarities and discrepancies. Journal of Social Psychology, 142, 45-59. (SSCI) (Supported by NSC88-2413-H-037-002).
  52. Siu, O.L., Spector, P.E., Cooper, C.L., Lu, L. & Yu, S. F. (2002) Managerial stress in Greater China: The direct and moderator effects of coping strategies and work locus of control Applied Psychology: An International Review, 51, 608-632. (SSCI)
  53. Lu, L. & Chen, H.H. (2002) An exploratory study on role adjustment and intergenerational relationships among the elderly in the changing Taiwan. Research in Applied Psychology, 14, 221-249.
  54. Lu, L. (2002) A preliminary study on the concept of health among the Chinese. Counselling Psychology Quarterly, 15, 179-189.
  55. Spector, P.E., Cooper, C.L., Sanchez, J.I., O’Driscoll, M., Sparks, K., Bernin, P., Buessing,A., Dewe, P., Hart, P., Lu, L. et al. (2002) Locus of control and well-being at work: How generalizable are western findings? Academy of Management Journal, 45, 453-466. (SSCI)
  56. Lu, L. & Lin, K.C. (2002) Work values and job adjustment of Taiwanese workers. Research and Practice in Human Resource Management, 10, 79-87.
  57. Lu, L. & Hu, C.H. (2002) Experiencing leisure: The case of Chinese university students. Fu Jen Studies: Science and Engineering, 36, 1-21.
  58. Lu, L., Cooper, C.L., Kao, S.F. & Zhou, Y. (2003) Work stress, control beliefs and well-being in Greater China: An exploration of sub-cultural differences between the PRC and Taiwan. Journal of Managerial Psychology, 18, 479-510. (Supported by NSC89-2413-H-037-001-SSS)
  59. Lu, L. (2003) Defining the self-other relation: The emergence of a composite self. Indigenous Psychological Research in Chinese Societies, 20, 139-207. (TSSCI) (Supported by 89-H-FA01-2-4-2)
  60. Lu, L. & Lin, Y.C. (2003) Academic achievement and self-concept: Chinese and Japanese adolescents. Fu Jen Studies: Science and Engineering, 37, 43-62.
  61. Lu, L. & Gilmour, R. (2004) Culture, self and ways to achieve SWB: A cross-cultural analysis. Journal of Psychology in Chinese Societies, 5, 51-79. (Supported by 89-H-FA01-2-4-2)
  62. Lu, L. & Gilmour, R. (2004) Culture and conceptions of happiness: Individual oriented and social oriented SWB. Journal of Happiness Studies, 5, 269-291. (Supported by 89-H-FA01-2-4-2)
  63. Lu, L. (2004) Sex differences and conjugal interdependence on parenthood stress and adjustment: A dyadic longitudinal Chinese study. Marriage and Family Review, 36, 75-93. (SSCI) (Supported by NSC89-2413-H-037-008)
  64. Spector, P.E., Cooper, C.L., Poelmans,S. Allen, T.D., O’Driscoll, M., Sanchez, J.I., Siu, O.L., Dewe, P., Hart, P., Lu, L. et al. (2004). A cross-national comparative study of work/family stressors, working hours, and well-being: China and Latin America vs. the Anglo world. Personnel Psychology, 57, 119-142. (SSCI)
  65. Lu, L. & Yang, K.S. (2005) Individual- and social-oriented views of self-actualization: Conceptual analysis and preliminary empirical exploration. Indigenous Psychological Research in Chinese Societies, 23, 3-69. (TSSCI) (Supported by 89-H-FA01-2-4-2)
  66. Lu, L. (2005). In pursuit of happiness: The cultural psychological study of SWB. Chinese Journal of Psychology, 47, 99-112. (TSSCI) (Supported by 89-H-FA01-2-4-2 and NSC93-2752-H-030-001-PAE)
  67. Yang, K.S. & Lu, L. (2005). Social - vs. Individual -oriented Self-actualizers: Conceptual Analysis and Empirical Assessment of Their Psychological Characteristics. Indigenous Psychological Research in Chinese Societies, 23, 71-143. (TSSCI) (Supported by 89-H-FA01-2-4-2)
  68. Lu, L., Hwang, M.T., & Kao, S.F. (2005). The bi-directional conflict of work and family: Antecedents, consequences and moderators. Research in Applied Psychology, 27, 133-166. (Supported by NSC92-2413-H-030-010-SSS)
  69. Lu, L., Lee, H. M., & Shieh, T. Y. (2005). Occupational stress, health and occupational burnout among dentists: A study of clinical dentists in Kaohsiung. Research in Applied Psychology, 27, 59-80.
  70. Lu, L. (2005). Occupational health psychology: Challenges and practices. Research in Applied Psychology, 27, 41-42.
  71. Lu, L. & Gilmour, R. (in press). Individual-oriented and social-oriented cultural conceptions of subjective well being: Conceptual analysis and scale development. Asian Journal of Social Psychology, (SSCI) (Supported by 89-H-FA01-2-4-2)
  72. Huang, S.W. & Lu, L. (In press) Leaving love behind: Decision-making process of the organ donation families. Research in Applied Psychology,
  73. Lu, L., Kao, S.F., & Chen, F.Y. (in press). Psychological traditionality, modernity, filial piety and their influences on subjective well-being: A parent-child dyadic design. Indigenous Psychological Research in Chinese Societies, (TSSCI)
  74. Kao, S.F. & Lu, L. (in press). The relationship of conjugal congruence in psychological traditionality/modernity to marital adjustment. Indigenous Psychological Research in Chinese Societies, (TSSCI)
  75. Lu, L. & Gilmour, R. (in press). Developing a new measure of independent and interdependent views of the self. Journal of Research in Personality, (SSCI) (Supported by 89-H-FA01-2-4-2)
  76. Lu, L. (in press). The transition to parenthood: Stress, resources and gender differences in a Chinese society. Journal of Community Psychology, (SSCI) (Supported by NSC91-2413-H-030-002-SSS)
  77. Lu, L. & Hu, C.H. (2005). Personality, leisure experiences and happiness. Journal of Happiness Studies,
  78. Lu, L., Gilmour, R., Kao, S. F., & Huang, M. T. (2006). A Cross-Cultural Study of Work/Family Demands, Work/Family Conflict, and Well-Being: The Taiwanese vs. British. Career Development International, (Supported by NSC92-2413-H-030-010-SSS)
  79. Lu, L. (in press). Postnatal adjustment of Chinese parents: A two-wave panel study in Taiwan. International Journal of Psychology, (SSCI) (Supported by NSC89-2413-H-037-008)
  80. Lu, L. (2006). Cultural fit: Individual and societal discrepancies in values, beliefs and SWB. Journal of Social Psychology, 146, 203-221. (SSCI) (Supported by 89-H-FA01-2-4-2)
  81. Lu, L. & Yang, K.S. (in press). The emergence and composition of the traditional-modern bicultural self of people in contemporary Taiwanese societies. Asian Journal of Social Psychology, (SSCI) (Supported by 89-H-FA01-2-4-2 and NSC93-2752-H-030-001-PAE)
  82. Chang, Y. Y. & Lu, L. (2007). The impact of partner’s conflict management on one’s own satisfaction in a love relationship. Formosa Journal of Mental Health, 20, (TSSCI)

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參、研討論文
1988-2006發表者
  1. Lu, L. (1988 December) Homesickness and mental health. Annual Conference of the BPS. London, UK.
  2. Lu, L. (1989 June) Daily hassles and mental health. The European Conference on Stress and Coping. Ultrecht, The Netherlands.
  3. Argyle, M. & Lu, L. (1990 June) How does personality affect happiness? The Annual Conference of the International Association for the Study of Personality and Individual Differences. Oxford, UK.
  4. Argyle, M. & Lu, L. (1990 September) What is good about watching soap opera? The Annual Conference of the BPS Social Psychology Section. Surrey, UK.
  5. Hsieh, Y.H. & Lu, L. (1993 September) A relational study of social resources and mental health among community elderly. The Annual Conference of the CPA, Taipei, Taiwan.
  6. Chen, C.S. & Lu, L. (1993 September) Quality of life in community and its psychosocial correlates. The Annual Conference of the CPA, Taipei, Taiwan.
  7. Lu, L. (1993 December) The development of British social psychology theories. Symposium of Contemporary Social Theories. Pington, Taiwan.
  8. Lu, L. (1994 May) The occupational stress indicators among Taiwanese workers. Symposium of occupational stress. Taipei, Taiwan.
  9. Lu, L. (1994 September) Determinants of coping behaviours: A Taiwanese community study. The Annual Conference of the BPS Special Group in Health Psychology. Sheffield, UK.
  10. Shih, J.B. & Lu, L. (1994 September) The experience of happiness among community residents in Kaoshiung city. The Annual Conference of the CPA, Taipei, Taiwan.
  11. Wu, H.L. & Lu, L. (1994 September) Locus of control and perceived occupational stress: A sample of public sector workers. The Annual Conference of the CPA, Taipei, Taiwan.
  12. Lu, L. (1995 July) Sources of happiness: A Taiwanese community study. The IV European Congress of Psychology, Athens, Greece.
  13. Lu, L. (1995 September) Potential negative effects of social support. Symposium of Achievements in Psychological Research (1992-1994). Taipei, Taiwan.
  14. Lu, L. (1995 September) Subjective well-being and its correlates. The Symposium of Achievements in Psychological Research (1992-1994). Taipei, Taiwan.
  15. Wu, H.L. & Lu, L. (1995 September) Gender characteristics and depression among women: A path model. The Annual Conference of the CPA, Taipei, Taiwan.
  16. Lo, H.C. & Lu, L. (1995 September) Work stressors of owners of small business in the metropolitan city of Kaohsiung. The Annual Conference of the CPA, Taipei, Taiwan.
  17. hen H.H. & Lu, L. (1995 November) The family role adjustment and inter-generational relationships of the elderly in Taiwan's changing society: An exploratory study. The Third International Symposium on families: East and West. Taipei, Taiwan.
  18. Lu, L. (1996 August) Personal control and work stress among Taiwanese employees. The Symposium of Indigenous research in psychology and management. Kaohsiung, Taiwan.
  19. Lu, L. & Shih, J.B. (1996 August) Correlates of happiness: A Taiwanese community study. The XXVI International Congress of Psychology, Montreal, Canada.
  20. Lin, K.C., & Lu, L. (1996 September) Coping with discrepancies in work values and job adjustment. The Annual Conference of the CPA, Taipei, Taiwan.
  21. Lin, K.C., Wang, S.Y., Lee, C.T., & Lu, L. (1996 November) Work value discrepancies and adaptation. The 35th Anniversary of the Society of Psychiatry, ROC, Taichung, Taiwan.
  22. Lu, L. (1996 December) Locus of control and stress perception. 1996 Taipei Mental Health Conference. Taipei, Taiwan.
  23. Lu, L. (1996 December) Work motivation, job stress and employees' well-being. 1996 Taipei Mental Health Conference. Taipei, Taiwan.
  24. Lu, L. & Hsieh, Y.H. (1997 March) Demographic variables, control, stress, support and health among the elderly. Aging among the Chinese in Pacific Rim countries. Vancouver, Canada.
  25. Lu, L. (1997 July) Personal and environmental correlates of happiness. The V European Congress of Psychology, Dublin, Ireland.
  26. Ju, L.S., & Lu, L. (1997 September) An exploratory study of the behaviour and attitude of idolatry among fans of popular songs. The Annual Conference of the CPA, Taipei, Taiwan.
  27. Kao, M.L., Chen, C.C., & Lu, L. (1997 September) Images of women in the media texts and subtracts of weight-reducing women. The Annual Conference of the CPA, Taipei, Taiwan. (In Chinese)
  28. Lin, Y.J. & Lu, L. (1997 December) Grades and self-concept among Japanese high school students. The Second International Symposium of Chinese Psychologists. Hong Kong, China.
  29. Kao, S.F. & Lu, L. (1998 April) The attitude of parental rearing, the perception of JHSEE stress and mental health of junior high school students. The Symposium of Psychology in 2001. Kaohsiung, Taiwan.
  30. Lin, Y.J. & Lu, L. (1998 April) Academic achievement and self-concept: Samples of Senior high school students in Japan and Taiwan. The Symposium of Psychology in 2001. Kaohsiung, Taiwan.
  31. Tseng, H.L. & Lu, L. (1998 September) The moderating effects of individual behaviour characteristics on work stress: A sample of business managers. The Annual Conference of the CPA, Taipei, Taiwan.
  32. Lu, L.(1998 October) Managerial stress, job satisfaction and health in Taiwan. Second World Congress on Stress. Melbourne, Australia.
  33. Lu, L. (1998 December) Gender and conjugal differences in happiness in Taiwan. BPS London Conference. London, UK.
  34. Lai, Y.H., Chang, C.J., Cheng, C.C., Liu, C.C., Lu, L., Huang, C.T. & Liu, H.W. (1998 December) The preliminary study of happiness among migrating brides in Kao-Su of PinTong county. The Regional Meeting of the Association of Family Medicine of R.O.C., 1999 WONCA Asia Pacific Regional Pre-Conference III, Kaohsiung, R.O.C..
  35. Lu, L. (1999 July) Testing gender differences in SWB. The VI European Congress of Psychology, Rome, Italy.
  36. Lu, L., Wong, T.S. & Gilmour, R. (1999 August) Cultural values and happiness. The Third Conference of Asian Association of Social Psychology, Taipei, Taiwan.
  37. Kao, S.F., Lu, L. & Wong, T.S. (1999 September) Self-construals, beliefs about interaction, feelings of interaction and happiness. The Annual Conference of the CPA, Taipei, Taiwan.
  38. Hu, C.H. & Lu, L. (1999 September) Leisure conceptions and experiences among university students. The Annual Conference of the CPA, Taipei, Taiwan.
  39. Hu, C.H. & Lu, L. (1999 December) Devising a Leisure Involvement Scale. The Annual Conference on Education and Psychological Testing, Taipei, Taiwan.
  40. Lu, L., Kao, S.F., & Gilmour, R. (2000 September) Two ways to achieve happiness: when the East meets the West. The BPS Social Section Conference, Nottingham, UK.
  41. Lu, L. (2000 November) A preliminary study on the concept of health among the Chinese. 6th International Congress of Behavioral Medicine, Brisbane, Australia.
  42. Kao, S.F. & Lu, L. (2000 December) The relationship between parental rearing attitudes and the perceived stress of JHSEE among junior high school students. The 5th Conference of Interdisciplinary Studies of the Psychology and Behaviors of the Chinese People, Taipei, Taiwan.
  43. Hu, C.H. & Lu, L. (2000 December) Leisure conceptions, involvement and experiences among university students: Effects of personality traits. The 5th Conference of Interdisciplinary Studies of the Psychology and Behaviors of the Chinese People, Taipei, Taiwan.
  44. Lu, L., Kao, S.F., & Gilmour, R. (2001 July) Self-construals, cultural values and happiness: A cross-cultural comparison between Taiwan and Britain. The 4th Asian Association of Social Psychology Annual Conference, Melbourne, Australia.
  45. Lu, L. (2002 May) Work stress in an economic recession. Doing psychology: New territories, social issues, methodology, Taipei, Taiwan.
  46. Lu, L. & Kao, S.F. (2002 July) Impact of parenthood: A two-wave panel study in Taiwan. XXV International Congress of Applied Psychology. Singapore.
  47. Lu, L., Gilmour, R. & Kao, S.F. (2002 September) Culture-based self-regulated ways to achieve SWB: A pan-cultural analysis. The Annual Conference of the CPA, Tainan, Taiwan.
  48. Kao, S.F. & Lu, L. (2002 September) Individual modernity and traditionality: Application in marital research. The Annual Conference of the CPA, Tainan, Taiwan.
  49. Chen, F.Y. & Lu, L. (2002 September) The relationships among parent-child congruence on individual modernity, traditionality, filial piety, and happiness. The Annual Conference of the CPA, Tainan, Taiwan.
  50. Lu, L. (2002 September) The psychological study of happiness. (Panel speech) The Annual Conference of the CPA, Tainan, Taiwan.
  51. Lu, L. (2002 November) The self-other relation and the operation of self: A composite self. The 6th Conference of Interdisciplinary Studies of the Psychology and Behaviors of the Chinese People, Taipei, Taiwan.
  52. Lu, L. & Gilmour, R. (2003 July) Culture and conceptions of happiness: Individual oriented and social oriented SWB. International Association for Cross-Cultural Psychology, 6th European Regional Conference 2003. Budapest, Hungary.
  53. Lu, L. (2003 October) Individual oriented and social oriented SWB: Conceptual analysis and scale development. The Annual Conference of the CPA, Taipei, Taiwan.
  54. Li, H.M., Hsieh, T.Y. & Lu, L. (2003 October) Occupational stress, health and job burnout among dentists. The Annual Conference of the CPA, Taipei, Taiwan.
  55. Lu, L. & Yang, K.S. (2004 February) Individual- and social-oriented views of self-actualization: Conceptual analysis and preliminary empirical exploration. The symposium on the Chinese self concept, self process and self evaluation, Yi-Lan, Taiwan.
  56. Yang, K.S. & Lu, L. (2004 February) Social- vs. individual-oriented self-actualizers: Conceptual analysis and empirical assessment of their psychological characteristics. The symposium on the Chinese self concept, self process and self evaluation, Yi-Lan, Taiwan.
  57. Lu, L. (2004 April) Stress of parenthood transition: From prenatal to postpartum. The BPS Annual Conference 2004, London, UK.
  58. Lu, L. & Yang, K.S. (2004 July) Social- vs. individual-oriented self-actualizers: Conceptual analysis and empirical assessment of their psychological characteristics. (Panel speech) The Annual Conference of Social Psychology, Beijing, China.
  59. Lu, L. & Gilmour, R. (2004, August). Individual-oriented and social-oriented cultural conceptions of SWB: Conceptual analysis and scale development. XVII International Congress of IACCP, Xi’an, China.
  60. Lu, L. & Yang, K.S. (2004, August). The emergence, composition, and change of the traditional-modern bicultural self of people in contemporary Chinese societies. (Panel speech) Bicultural Self Symposium, HongKong, China.
  61. Yang, K.S. & Lu, L. (2004 October). The psychological characteristics of the social-oriented and individual-oriented self-actualizers: Comparisons between Taiwan and Mainland China. 7th Interdisciplinary Conference on the Mind and Behavior of the Chinese People, Taipei, Taiwan.
  62. Lu, L. (2005 July). “Cultural fit": Individual and societal discrepancies in values, beliefs and SWB. The 9th European Congress of Psychology, Granada, Spain.
  63. Kao, S.F. & Lu, L. (2005 July). The relationship of conjugal congruence in psychological traditionality/modernity to marital adjustment. The 9th European Congress of Psychology, Granada, Spain.
  64. Chang, F. Y. & Lu, L. (2005 October). The association between partners’ conflict management and one’s own satisfaction in intimate relationships. The Annual Conference of the TPA, Chongli, Taiwan.
  65. Lee, Y. W. & Lu, L. (2005 October). Coping with other’s negative comments on one’s appearance: Effects on emotion, body image, and self-esteem. The Annual Conference of the TPA, Chongli, Taiwan.
  66. Lu, L. (2005 October). Individual- and social-oriented views of the self: Conceptual analysis and scale development. The Annual Conference of the TPA, Chongli, Taiwan. (Symposium convenor)
  67. Wong, K. C., Lu, L. & Kao, S. F. (2005 October). Tutor-student congruence on traditionality/modernity, its effects on the relationship quality and students’ well-being. The Annual Conference of the TPA, Chongli, Taiwan.
  68. Lu, L., Gilmour, R., Kao, S. F., & Huang, M. T. (2006, March). A Chinese vs. British Comparison on work/family demands, work/family conflict, and well-being. Work Stress and Health 2006: Making a Difference in the Workplace, Miami, USA.
  69. Lu, L. (2006, March). Development and application of occupational health psychology in organizations. (Panel speech) Employee counseling and occupational health psychology: Research and Practice. Taoyuan, Taiwan.
  70. 1. Lu, L. & Fu, Y. C. (April, 2006). Sociability of leisure and a composite measure of leisure satisfaction. The ISSP General Meeting, Prague, Czech Republic.
  71. Lu, L. & Lee, Y. W. (June, 2006). Personal differences in coping with criticism of one’s physical appearance. Psychological Study of Social Issues Convention, Long Beach, CA, USA.

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肆、出版專書
1989-2006發表者
  1. Lu, L. (1989). Individual differences in vulnerability to stress. Oxford University: D.Phil thesis.
  2. Lu, L. (1991/1999). Psychology and You: An Introduction. Shanghai: Shanghai Educational Publication House.
  3. Lu, L. (1994). The Psychosocial perspectives on quality of life and its correlates. National Science Council, Taiwan, NSC82-H301-H-037-006.
  4. Lu, L. (1994). The occupational stress indicators. Institute of Occupational Safety and Health, Taiwan, IOSH83-M243.
  5. Lu, L. (1994). Functional social support and health among community elderly. Department of Health, Taiwan, DOH-83-HP-47-5S01.
  6. Argyle, M. & Lu, L. (1994). The Happiness of Extroverts. In M. Argyle (Ed) Experiments on social interaction: collected papers of Michael Argyle. Aldershot: Dartmouth Publishing Company.
  7. Lu, L. (1995). Potential negative effects of social support. National Science Council, Taiwan, NSC83-H301-H-037-008.
  8. Lu, L. & Cooper, C.L. (1995). The impact of job relocation: Future research. In C.L. Cooper & D. Rousseau (Eds.) Trends in organizational behaviour (Vol. 2, pp.51-63). London: John Wiley & Sons.
  9. Lu, L. (1995). The social psychology in everyday life. Taipei: Chu Liu Books. (Chinese translation)
  10. Lu, L. (1995). Job stress, work motivation, and employees' well-being. The CAPCO Cultural Foundation. Taiwan.
  11. Argyle, M., Martin, M. & Lu, L. (1995). Testing for stress and happiness: The role of social and cognitive factors. In C.D. Spielberger & I.G. Sarason (Eds.) Stress and emotion (Vol. 15, pp.175-187). Washington, DC: Taylor & Francis.
  12. Wang, W.C. & Lu, L. (1996). The psychology of interpersonal behaviour. Taipei: Chu Liu Books. (Chinese translation)
  13. Lu, L. (1996). Correlates of happiness of the Chinese people. National Science Council, Taiwan, NSC85-2413-H-037-002.
  14. Lu, L. (1996). Satisfaction toward hospital services, social support, and life satisfaction of the community elderly with chronic conditions. Department of Health, Taiwan, DOH85-TD-104.
  15. Lu, L. (1996). The scientific study of social behaviour. Taipei: Chu Liu Books. (Chinese translation)
  16. Li, C.H. & Lu, L. (1996). The social psychology of religion. Taipei: Chu Liu Books. (Chinese translation)
  17. Shih, J.B. & Lu, L. (1997). The psychology of happiness. Taipei: Chu Liu Books. (Chinese translation)
  18. Lu, L. (1997). The psychology of social class. Taipei: Chu Liu Books. (Chinese translation)
  19. Lu, L. (1997). Role satisfaction and happiness in adulthood. National Science Council, Taiwan, NSC86-2413-H-037-004.
  20. Lu, L. (1998). Culture and happiness: A Taiwan-Britain comparison. National Science Council, Taiwan, NSC87-2413-H-037-001.
  21. Lu, L. (1998). Work stress of managers: A Taiwanese sample as a part of an international study. The CAPCO Cultural Foundation. Taiwan.
  22. Lu, L. (1999). Effects of Chinese cultural values, positive and negative social interactions on happiness. National Science Council, Taiwan, NSC87-2413-H-037-002.
  23. Lu, L. (2000). Managerial stress and well-being in the Greater China. National Science Council, Taiwan, NSC88-2413-H-037-002.
  24. Lu, L. (2001). Self-construals, cultural values and happiness: A cross-cultural comparison between Taiwan and Britain. Department of Education, Taiwan, DOE89-H-FA01-2-4.
  25. Lu, L. (2001). Adjusting to be first-time parents: A panel study. National Science Council, Taiwan, NSC89-2413-H-037-008.
  26. Lu, L. (2002). Self-other relation and the operation of self. Department of Education, Taiwan, DOE89-H-FA01-2-4-2 (90-3-3).
  27. Lu, L. (2003) Individual oriented and social oriented SWB: Conceptual analysis and measure development. Department of Education, Taiwan, DOE89-H-FA01-2-4-2 (91-3-4).
  28. Lu, L. & Kao, S.F. (2003). Psychology applied to modern life. (Trans.) Taipei: Hung Yeh.
  29. Lu, L. (2003). Adjustment to parenthood transition: A longitudinal follow-up from prenatal to postpartum. National Science Council, Taiwan, NSC91-2413-H-030-002-SSS.
  30. Lu, L. & Kao, S.F. (2004). Impact of parenthood: A two-wave panel study in Taiwan. In A.D. Nor Ba'yah (Ed.) Women, children, and subjective well-being. Sarawak, Malaysia: University Malaysia Sarawak.
  31. Lu, L. (2004). The fit between personal and societal culture and its impact on adjustment among the Chinese people. Department of Education, Taiwan, DOE89-H-FA01-2-4-2 (92-3-4).
  32. Lu, L. (2005). Individual- and social-oriented views of self: Conceptualization, measurement and adaptational functions (I). National Science Council, Taiwan, NSC93-2752-H-030-001-PAE.
  33. Spector, P.E., Allen, T.D., Poelmans, S., Cooper, C.L., Bernin, P., Hart, P., Lu, L., et al., (2005). An International Comparative Study of Work/Family Stress and Occupational Strain. In S.A.Y. Poelmans (Eds). Work and Family. An International Research Perspective. Mahwah, NJ: Lawrence Erlbaum Associates.
  34. Lu, L. (In press). An interview with Kuo-Shu Yang. In U. P. Gielen (Ed.), Interviews with International Psychologists. Mahwah, NJ: Lawrence Erlbaum Associates.
  35. Lu, L. (2006) Individual- and social-oriented views of self: Conceptualization, measurement and adaptational functions (II). National Science Council, Taiwan, NSC93-2752-H-030-001-PAE.
  36. Lu, L. (In press). An interview with Kuo-Shu Yang. In U. P. Gielen (Ed.), Interviews with International Psychologists. Mahwah, NJ: Lawrence Erlbaum Associates.

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伍、研究計畫
學年 研究計畫名稱 計畫經費 補助單位
92 現代華人之個人與社會文化的差距對其生活適應之衝擊 782,380 教育部
工作-家庭壓力之跨文化研究 892,300 國科會
華人之個人取向與社會取向的自我實現:概念分析與實徵衡鑑 800,000 教育部
93 個人取向與社會取向的自我觀:概念、測量、及其適應功能 (1/4)  999,900 國科會
三探心理傳統性與現代性:概念架構的擴展與研究工具的建立 (1/3) 1,108,700 國科會
94 「華人本土心理學研究追求卓越」延續計畫-子計畫四:個人取向與社會取向的自我觀:概念、測量、及其適應功能(2/4) 720,000 國科會
心理學門國際暨國內期刊評比之研究 550,000 國科會
「華人本土心理學研究追求卓越」延續計畫-子計畫四:個人取向與社會取向的自我觀:概念、測量、及其適應功能(3/4) 849,800 國科會

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陸、開授課程
學年 課程名稱 選修人數 開課對象
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學年 碩士指導 博士指導 在職專班指導 畢業人數
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柒、學術服務
學年 校內/外服務項目
94
  • (校內)管理學院教評會委員
  • (校外)Asian Journal of Social Psychology評審委員
  • (校外)Journal of Managerial Psychology評審委員
  • (校外)中山管理評論評審委員
  • (校外)中華心理學刊評審委員
  • (校外)本土心理學研究評審委員
  • (校外)應用心理研究評審委員
  • (校外)中華心理衛生學刊評審委員
  • (校外)台灣公共衛生雜誌評審委員
  • (校外)台灣社會學評審委員
  • (校外)資訊社會研究評審委員
  • (校外)Journal of Vocational Behavior評審委員
  • (校外)Personality and Individual Differences評審委員
  • (校外)交大管理學報評審委員
  • (校外)中山管理評論評審委員
  • (校外)中華心理學刊評審委員
  • (校外)中華輔導學報評審委員
  • (校外)Asian Journal of Social Psychology編輯委員
  • (校外)Journal of Happiness Studies編輯委員
  • (校外)本土心理學研究編輯委員
  • (校外)台灣公共衛生雜誌編輯委員
  • (校外)應用心理研究編輯委員
  • (校外)應用心理研究英文編輯
  • (校外)應用心理研究之「職場健康心理學:挑戰與實作」的專期主編
  • (校外)國科會心理學門複審委員
  • (校外)國科會心理學門各項補助、獎勵案之評審委員
  • (校外)國科會管理一學門複審委員
  • (校外)國科會管理學門各類補助、獎勵案之評審委員
  • (校外)國科會教育學門各類補助、獎勵案之評審委員
  • (校外)台灣心理學會學術委員會委員
  • (校外)「蘇薌雨教授心理學位論文獎」委員會委員
  • (校外)台灣心理學會人格與社會心理學組執行委員
  • (校外)桃園縣楊梅國中教師甄選面試委員
  • (校外)大葉大學通識教育情意教學諮詢專家
  • (校外)中央研究院社會學研究所「2005年第一次社會意向調查」計畫之共同主持人
  • (校外)中央研究院社會學研究所「社會變遷調查」之家庭組(2006)及休閒組(2007)計畫之共同主持人
  • (校外)多所大學教師升等申請案之審查委員。
  • (校外)策劃、編譯《人格理論》一書,2006年8月將由Thomson出版。
  • (校外)與楊國樞院士共同主編《華人自我的心理學研究》一書,將由遠流出版。
  • (校外)為中華心理學刊主編《自我的本土心理學研究》專刊。
  • (校外)多場演講、工作坊之主講者
  • (校外)接受多本雜誌、報紙專訪

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捌、榮譽紀錄
學年 國科會 其他
94 獲國科會貳萬元主持費獎  

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